I like to provide an end to end bridge between your business and customers. To ensure this, I Analyze the product portfolio and the target customers of a company, Innovate the best and cost effective way to communicate, Implement those ideas in real life and Monitor the impact of communication on customer behavior. This AIIM cycle help me to find best way to make a connection with my client and his customers/consumers to fullfill his target.
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Oct 23, 2013|Graphic Design|$25|Completed
Apr 13, 2013|Other - Multimedia Services|$237|Completed
"What types of services will I provide?" better I say it like this,"What type of services you want?".
I get this confidence from my engineering education system. It makes me to believe that "nothing is impossible for an engineer", because they have to solve problems instantly. Perfect Knowledge, dedication and determination can solve any problem.
As Graphics Design is my first passion, It's already in my bone. Though I don't study it academically(actually I read many articles related to this when I have some free times). I like typography, vector works, coloring, photo editing, photo manipulation, making banners, t-shirt design and specially book illustrations.
In other side, as a film director I started learning premiere pro, after effects and cinema 4D to get ideas about film making. But I find it more interesting and now I edit all of my films in my own.
And at last talking about engineering side, as an Naval Architecture I have already learned about Mechanical Drawings, Basic Mechanical Engineering. I have already finished my project as a naval architecture where I design a new small cruise liner which was termed as our class projects. Where I have to design in CAD, Maxsurf, Rhinocerous and sometimes in 3d Max.
As you see I am working in various sides I have already had experience about commercial clients in local i.e. in my country. And I take time to think about my works that is it good for going broad or not. From my clients I have this confidence that I can...
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